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this morning and temperatures we dropping overnight. 30's. no rainfall but still quite cold. it will stay cool. the chance of isolated showers out this afternoon. with the chance of rainfall will be heavy but will be brief and isolated and hit or miss. and do not put your and probably just yet with dry conditions for your weekend and the revo returns next week. we will talk all about it next week when the-rain returns next week. >> and with higher elevations, this is from mount diablo oh my gosh! that is a lot of snow, ice that was building, roadways and the few that braved near juniper gate. that was not the only the relocation. and reggie kumar will take as to the top of the mountain where it is similar wait and see. >> as i made my way of the
panoramic highway to the state park i noticed that snow flurries at 1,600 ft.- 1,700 ft.. a much lower elevation, according to park officials. once i got to about 1,900 ft. at rock springs cold, strong wind. it felt like the temperatures was below freezing and snow blanketed the highways in the hillsides. driving became dangerous. park ranger,, frazier controlled the grounds and keeping out for drivers who could have an stuck in the snowfall. he said a handful of cars got stuck in could not leave the park a couple of years ago when it was snowing like this. >> the was so much accumulation of that it makes a vehicle difficult if you do not have an 4 x 4. >> in the last couple of years this is probably the most. and generally, it is
not that frosted over. perhaps one half an inch to 1 in. but even more. people do not expecting to have driving through snowfall in the bay area. >> if the plans? to please call ahead because the roads to be closed. in marin county, reggie kumar, kron 4 news. >> if it is snowing you know that that is more snow to the sierras. this is a live look at the sierras. you can see the snow-covered road ways in the tire chain laws in effect for this region with the workers know advisory/warning until 12:00 p.m. christine connolly gives us a look at the road conditions for the holiday weekend. if you're going to go to the mountains. >> blue canyon, it is blanketed him. if you're going to go lake tahoe? is going to take you a long time. let me show you the
roads interstate-80 west. it is moving quickly but it is a different story on i e.d.- east. it is at a standstill. tire chain laws in effect interstate 80-east--and if you're going to lake tahoe please allow yourself some time with a full tank of gas. christine connolly, kron 4 news. >> the major part delay part-cash par the transit system known as bart. it was a busy commute to a screeching halt. >> i was stuck on my dream for 20 minutes and then they said i would not wish to be going away on my-trained. >> this tiny piece of metal was found on the oakland rails. >> it is unbelievable that
that would debilitate the train service however rare this happened. however, it happened. >> bart shut down both directions and with commuters confused. >> the does connote we beat standing here in the communication needs to be more frequent. the how tenaciously to standing there questio?-- >> and commuters to not have many options on the platform. just stand here, there's nothing you do. if i get out? i've got to pay again. the crowd continued to grow. >> and inspection trans what up, down the tracks to make sure that it was safe. 7:00 p.m., the " all clear " was something with the barely any room to move for the commuters. and delays were gone within one hour but one
is to remain. >> that piece of metal was removed. >> by the time this incident would over the was a residual delays with the exception of richmond /fremont. that is the only line that does not go through west oakland. jonathan blum. >> and also when oakland investigation at a shooting at a overnight hotel. 3:30 at the la quinta on enterprise. several shots for fired. at least one person was taken to hospital. we've also learned of the was communications problems with portable radios. that has been an ongoing issue in oakland for the past couple of months. >> taking a live look outside of the hillsides of san jose. you are looking at mount hamilton where there is a lot of snow. and you know, it is not unusual for
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♪ >> we are expecting a blustery day. that will stay with us most of the day with the snowfall, the rainfall, down below and snowfall in the sierras. continuing updates this morning. >> it took a marathon session that ended at 5:00 a.m. however, the republican controlled hoand a massive cut. $6 billion controlling spending by 50% reduction. the most significant victory for the 87 member class of the freshman class of republicans that were elected last fall. on the promised to reduce the breach of government and
reduction of the looming debt. this however, is not likely to pass what the democrats controlled house. >> the budget deficit also and democratic lawmakers missing in action! to continue for the boycott and union busting bill. 14 legislators are going to stay out of the bill even though state troopers are try to track them down. dozens of government and union protesters show their opposition at the state capital. teachers, prison guards, students, republicans tried to pass this without amendments. to take a weak bargaining rights. and force public workers to pay more of their pension benefits. and the wisconsin government says this is necessary to attack a three-point $6 billion dr that the set and still
>> despite this holiday is not all about just skiing in the sierras. this gentleman is working hard to get the snow off of the rope and the eldorado county. with shovels, and office--roof. with highway crews, dealing with downed roads. and businesses were left without power on friday. >> what a mess! this is a
live look through the bay area. not enough to use skis but you get the picture. a cold day around the bay and yesterday. let us check-in with jacqueline bennett for the forecast. >>jacqueline: not only rain is the big story but the snow has added to it as well. not only to the seeress' but also locally. first,, snowfall in the last 24 hours. this is true heavenly ski resort, blowing snow yesterday and the day before. and the totals and the last 24 hours. nearly four-feet in alpine meadows ski little bit less than that and other places and bear valley, n feet 3 ft. in heavily. and squaw valley of fresh powder. no would be a better time to go up to the mountains last night was not! spill was
crazy--less tonight. and there is a slight chance of flurries sunday into monday. but it looks like we're born to skirt that. and the rain. isolated showers mainly to the if if santa cruz mountains with heavier activity there. as we pushed through, heavier weather cells towards the south bay. for the most part will stay dry which is good news. if you're going out to san francisco at 5:00 p.m.? high and dry! bay-area wide and would keep your umbrellas handy. just in case we could see pop up showers. and on futurecast it looks like we will stay mainly dry today. temperatures this morning, very, very cold below in the 30's. 36 degrees in napa, and 40 degrees in oakland,
antioch. we are not going to warm up that much only in the upper 40's, low 50s. but at least it will be dry for most of the day. 50 and san francisco, santa rosa, 48 in concord. and also cooler in hayward. 49 degrees in half moon bay. let us take a look your seven day forecast from the bay is the chance for a isolated showers. keep your umbrellas handy but it is not want to be see much of rainfall. just chilly temperatures. tomorrow, more sunshine here, there, some clouds. chilly temperatures again. as we start next week some nosediving storms! it action could take a turn from the coast and go into the bay area. or rainfall next week and will keep you posted as they get closer. >> over the years, the weather has rarely put a damper on a new year's
parade with the exception of tonight. it is a century old event. here is video through chinatown. and i saw the annual parade celebrates the rabbit. it is the tradition that goes back to 1858. and the inshore could look and pay respect to ancestors, cots, spirits. and it took hundreds of volunteers, 26 floats and the maid of this umbrella! >> it is going to be cold. >> the parade route because of 5:3:00 p.m. second street/market street. 2.5 hours. 5:3:00 p.m.-- >> sports. 56 hitting streak in baseball. and more is on the line.
>> highlights with los angeles this was last night. sports carried red neck. the major college baseball record being pursued. -gary radnich-- >> reynolds, a 56 hitting streak. going against miami. and he will be lucky if it is just two games shy with the all-time record breaker of 58 games. that was by showed a macho but the kicker is that he almost did not play tonight. and he had an incident in the bahamas. spring training, brian nelson spent five minutes on the field and back finished his a day. he has missed two games in a row. jim edmonds retiring after 17 major-league seasons. he looks pretty
good year, hundreds of home runs typically play. he looks good-here. and pretty much as ran out. and with 40. james evans court is over. the nba, so for game. and jeff curry, represents the warriors. the native is going to be the store this weekend at the stables center. and defense was difficult in this like hockey. griffin had 14 points, the best play of the night! athletic, terrific. john blair had 28 points. and they did not even carry griffith on the second half. there been a motive for the dunk contest and the real all-star game on sunday. there would be getting ready for that dunk contest. with
22 assists. the workers were victorious. >> it is no beaver, a the warriors--the canadians. and between allied and it's a three-pointer. or assists, two rebounds and of course the got the m b p. and mvp, just in beave--justin biever, and it is a trade rumor that will not go away. carmelo and the new met with the owner of the new york next. and the pictures the and that's have all agreed on the trade. now, carmelo has to agree to sign 8
3,000,003 year--365 the dollar deal. and a three- year deal. with a $365 million deal. and this is the only coach that led the warriors to a title. and one of only six women to win 800 games is also quick to of the chance they will announce the new members of the hall of fame on april 4th. a number of be a real people and the bay. that qualify. >> it seems like that would be a sure bet if and 800 game victory? >> yes. >> let us show you of the girl scout cookie season if. how many calories. >> oh my gosh!! a live look
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70 cals samoas, that is 30 minutes of walking. also, the peanut butter tag alongs, 30 minutes of water aerobics. and even low-fat cookies are offered by the crow scouts who have been selling them since 1958. - those girls cults. tro girl scoe girl scouts. coming up, behrhen are victorious after rioting and combing crowds. >> look at this! with a lot of snowfall. the james observer toward bridges that
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it is now safe to go online to capitalone.com. what's in your wallet? buh-bye... call me. >> this is highway 89 at squaw valley. and caltran is showing their efforts by trying to keep these roads clear. >> will speak with people from kirkwood also. >> we sure have seen a lot of rain. renter most of the
night a lot the but of a break now. the rainfall totals the santa cruz are seeing the most with the 6.5 in. to be exact. we have been bua bit below average but now, we are above average in a number of locations. nearly four- inches in santa rosa, oakland, 3 in., concord = 2.25. nearly 2 in. in san jose. what we can expect today is cold conditions it this morning. temperatures dropping off overnight into the 30's. no rain right now but still quite cold. this afternoon was to be cold with the chance of isolated showers. and with the rain could be heavy however, a brief but isolated with hit /mist. to not put the umbrella a way just yet. it could be hit and will talk all about it coming up. >> thank you, jacqueline
highway 80 at sierra the traffic is moving smoothly caltrain is doing great on keeping the roads clear. there is a lot of snow at a winter storm warning in effect to the sierras until noon. with 6 in.-10 in. is expected of the higher elevations. it will taper off by this afternoon. tire chain laws in effect if you want to get up there for the holiday skiing weekend. working crews are focused on these roads. >> a look of the mount diablo resembles an ice palace on friday. look at this! the snow, the ice coated the observatory building in the summit. thousands of feet of elevations. flooding was not the reward from and juniper gates. they wanted to take a closer look at the winter
snowfall. with 3,000 ft. levels by late friday afternoon. reported. >> new brighton beach parking lot was closed whit downed trees. rob fladeboe? >> another day of moderate heavy rainfall over santa cruz county. it is taking its toll on these trees. a 60 ft. monterey pine tree. it came down to the entrance of this state beach. with the combination of high winds, set toward it grounds was just too much. and it remains closed with also other trees coming down on thursday no injuries however, it did hit a few recreational vehicles. park officials are making sure that no other trees are going to topple over. the
new brighton state beach. rob fladeboe, kron 4 news. >> what is great is that we get all of these pictures and let us take a look at some of these. mt. hamilton from the james lick observatory on friday. you can see that it is perhaps to the sierra it is covered in snow. this is the road to mount hamilton. it was jam packed with people wanting to get up there. we also had people showing us the conditions from napa to lake county and they are not used to this with one of our delays. also traffic backups on every 50, highway 88 through skeat run and kirkwood ski resort also treacherous. ski run--third >> it gives you an idea what the folks have been dealing with the northern
california. still ahead, we will talk with somebody from per what about the ski conditions. from kirkwood. provide us with your photos www.kron4.com >> the middle east, one week of protests and behrain, and the royal family is order military to pull back. of violent outbursts. the open fire on protesters. opposition leaders that the withdrawal is not enough demonstrators did to be able to rally without the fear of being attacked. 250 injuries in the last couple of days. five dead. and they are demanding change. the u.s.
has naval stations there and watching the uprising, a closely. >> in algeria, how they tried to have another pro- democracy rally. this is video from you tube earlier. thousands of police blocked protests one month ago. jobless youth protested near gas fields. rising food prices was the reason and which three people were killed. a >> also in that region, anti-government sentiments condemning the u.s. for i interfering in that country's affairs. with the opposition leaders requested to step down and two other fatalities in this government protest. the religious dictatorship of the government will be protested continuing tomorrow. >> and the san francisco
>> we are back 7:42 a live look at oakland. the temp right now it is 44 degrees is a bit cold out there. and a highs on the going to be 51 degrees. anny sports events? >> not that i am aware of. >> and with difficulty getting around the freeways. we have new details about the san francisco murder. the have a made an arrest of eight nob hill and his body was found. joe becker was
found stabbed to death. the man believed this waheed, his roommate. he will be extradited to san francisco. >> it appeared that the homicide was several days prior to the discovery of baker's body. he had been a roommate with the doctor baker route since october. >> he is currently and marin county jail on unrelated charges. the most of the, the california congressperson jack spears a personal plea of planned parenthood. >> and we will be right back.
mt. hamilton road. 7:46 is the time. >> if you are looking for any traveling to the high country? it is advisable to call ahead to make sure that the roads are open. your full weather forecast with jacqueline bennett. >> not only has rainfall has a big store but also snowfall. not only to the sierras but also locally in the bay area. first, how much snow we've seen in the last 24 hours. the snow is flying from yesterday and the day before. the snowfall totals over the past 24 hours with nearly 4 ft. in alpine meadows. with 39 in bear valley. nearly 3 ft. in heavenly. 30 in. there. 24 in. and squaw valley right on the market to feet of fresh powder. and right
now, with two-feet of fresh powder. and snow even falling at 2,000 ft.. today, will seat snow and for is pushing and a sunday into monday. we could still see snowfall. the rainfall. a few chances of an isolated showers mainly to the south. by 10:00 a.m. over the santa cruz mountains it could be a look a bit heavier. for the most part, we are going to stay if you're going to be going out to the parade? it is high and dry not only for san francisco but through the bay area however, keep that umbrella candy. a pop up shower possible keep that umbrella handy. and we're
starting off cool, with 36 degrees in half moon bay. not much of a warm-up with only upper 40's, low 50s today but at least it will be dry for most of the day. 50 in santa rosa, san francisco, 48 in concord and cooler to the south with 53 degree43 degrees in hayward. of this take a look is your seven day around the day. keep your umbrella candy. it does not look like we are going to see much in the rain fall with their umbrellas handy. sunshine come here, there, clouds. and chilly temperatures in the afternoon. as we go towards next week a couple of storms are going to die for along the coastline. a 30 percent chance of rain fall on monday but one of those could hit the bay area. we are expecting more rain fall and keep you posted on the those storms as the get closer. >> this is a big story of
washington the house passed a bill cutting $62 billion. and sheltering the coal and ore oil company regulations. it took alonuntil 5:00 a.m. it still faces difficulty in the senate. also, this risks and the veto of president obama >> jackets. , and the planned parenthood she lost jackie spear. spoke right up. after one of the congresspersons was talking graphically about the procedure. here is a
response. >> i plan on speaking about something else but this gentleman in new jersey has put my stomach and not some. i m one of those women he spoke about. but my stomach anin knots. i had achil procedure at 17 weeks. and that went from the vagina to the cervix and that is exactly what i adored and i lost a baby. however and i lost a baby and i dashed into words. for you to stand that somehow i in toward thaindendured that procedure.
for you to stand there and since this procedure is done in a matter-of-fact way is not an accurate representation of the procedure. >> and with lawmakers are republican congressman, joe walsh announced that she got a hotel room in washington and his own office. >> how good of the night to sleep? >> i will be honest, it is horrible! the couch is very uncomfortable. >> he saves the second home cost and giving more time to take care of business. >> you've rolled off the couch? >> yes, i've pulled off of
this couch. >> a watchdog is also not comfortable with looking for an investigation, with 30 investigators and with fringe benefits, and members of congress must latexes. this is nothing new. and republican was also-fringe benefits--and also, there is my well-made bed. >> and a good mattress here. >> democrats are doing it too. and even now they are not sure he is how long he can take it. >> i've not had a good night's sleep and a long time. >> tea party conservatives have turned down his conservative health care plan and also investigation. >> you not want the federal health benefits? >> correct. is the contradiction? >> that will be determined. >> and this is for housing. if the dive to pay some tax for. i will pay for its-free housing. >> still have on kron 4 news this weekend, in of a live look like tahoe. >> all right. we would get that, coming up at lake
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live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >> good morning everybody, our second live hour. we're keeping our eye on several storms. protesters that take the madison government by storm and even the middle east updates. >> in the midst of the holiday weekend. many folks are going up to the sierras with fresh powder. we're talking to people in kirkwood just a great it is right now. >> later, the local theater is going stronger than ever in this hour and will be talking about the academy awards. who should win, and who i think will win. >> and you having opinions? [laughter] >> and how about checking in with henry. >> tofu! if you do not love
tofu? that is how much you know about tofu ladies and gentleman. let me introduce you tand gourmet tofu, a former investment banker. also, the boys choir i performing. >> meanwhile, a trouble-will live look. mt. tam a triple- live look. the mt. tam is on the left. lake tahoe the we've been telling you about with the snow storm in tire chain laws in effect. and the golden gate. it is still wet. winter storm warnings in effect. and let us check- in a jacqueline bennett. >> we have a shore seen a
please allow yourself some the observatory is reporting that hamilton road is closed. reggie? >> as i made my way up panoramic highway. i noticed flurries at 1,600 ft.-1,700 ft. a much lower elevation than usual. most of these flurries dissipated. however, a strong, went cold picked up with well below freezing and snowfall blanketed the highways and the hillside.
driving became dangerous. tom frazier started controlling the ground before the cork closed. and if before this park closed. >> the east peak section had to be closed. it was an accessible, and especially for only two wheel drive vehicles. >> and for this era, rock springs is general enough that frosted over. this year ye this area. and people in the bay. do not expect to drive in the snow so they're not going to of tires and tire chain laws >> and if you're planning to come up here? to definitely call ha head the cacall ahead. because the roads could be closed.
>> with snowfall in the bay iraq, seeress a live look a highway 50. ski run boulevard. plenty of fresh snow. and chain laws effect still in effect for the high country. >> earlier, i put these tire chain laws of i have been out here for 30 minutes and it is going to be a long drive. >> slow and easy. als t wed an send in your weather photos for www.kron4.com >> a shooting overnight at 3:30 at the la quinta and the 8200 block of enterprise. police responded
to several shots heard at a hotel. people were taken to hospital. and that has been an issue. radio communication from police is still an issue cured ongoing. >> the major bart delay caused a busy commute to a screeching halt. they tried to set up a alternate by bus>> i was stuck on my train for 20 minutes and then they>> this tiny piece of metal was found on the oakland rails. train service however this commuters confused. >> they cannot just leave us standing here! in the communication needs to be more frequent. to had to cut power in order to access the real to get
rid of that piece of metal. if >> a 44th bart station near dublin/pleasanton. $106 million to build that platform. and that was a goal since the 1990's. however, the funding for this had transpired between 1990 and now. parking spots also an issue at this bart paplatform. >> and will speak with kirkwood residents to get an idea of the conditions of fair. >> and if the sun is out? it is a beautiful picture. >> will sort it all out. (music)
>> we are back, this is a live look at 80/kingvale. chain laws are in effect. >> joining us is michael. his 80 kirkwood resident. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> and he is from kirkwood-- >> and you know, this is just a dream come true with all the fresh snow. unbelievable 12 ft. totals is just incredible! >> good for you but we're looking at somebody tried to clear off of his house. is a difficulty to get up there? >> this comes with some challenges, for sure. winter chchallenges driving it is
definitely a challenge but one juror on the mountain it is unbelievable! >> you are expecting a big cross because of the long holiday weekend. big-crowds expected. >> yes, they are coming out in droves. today, tomorrow, and through the weekend forecast is going to also be cooperative. it is pretty perfect timing for us. >> michael, a big day whahow many people? >> i would say that we would have at least 5000 people-a dozen people and kirkwood. however, with 6,000 a. of terrain so it is spread out nicely even the we are a small resort. >> still a good amount. yes. >> thank you, michael.
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>>jacqueline: not only rain is the big story but the snow has added to it as well. not only through the sierras but also locally. first, snowfall in the last 24 hours. this is true heavenly ski resort, blowing snow yesterday and the day before. and the totals in the last 24 hours. nearly four-feet in alpine meadows ski little bit less than that and other places and bear valley, feet 3 ft. in heavily. and squaw valley of fresh powder. now would be a better time to go up to the mountains last night was not! snow was crazy- last night. there is a slight chance of flurries sunday into monday. but it looks like we're going to skirt that. and the rain. isolated showers mainly to the ifflurries santa cruz mountains with heavier activity there. as we push through, heavier weather cells towards the south bay. for the most part will stay
dry which is good news. if you're going out to san francisco at 5:00 p.m.? high and dry! bay-area wide and would keep your umbrellas handy. just in case we could see pop up showers. and on futurecast it looks like we will stay mainly dry today. temperatures this morning, very, very cold below in the 30's. 36 degrees in napa, and 40 degrees in oakland, fifth antioch. we are not going to warm up that much only in the upper 40's, low 50s. but at least it will be dry for most of the day. 50 and san francisco, santa rosa, 48 in concord. and also cooler in hayward. 49 degrees in half your seven day forecast from the bay is the chance for a isolated showers. keep your umbrellas handy but it
is not want to be see much of rainfall. just chilly temperatures. tomorrow, more sunshine here, there, some clouds. chilly temperatures again. as we start next week some nosediving storms! it actually action could take a turn from the coast and go into the bay area. or rainfall next week and will keep you posted as they get closer. there law will delicious tofu the >> do wishes tofu. >> delicious tofu. and i booked this segment on something that i did not like that much. however, when i heard that you were the master on creating a
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>> they:27. the stormtracker 4. it is 8:27. the stormtracker 4. and on/off. and what can we expect? >> is going to be cold. it looks like a lot of folks are going to be going to the chinese new year parade at 5:00 p.m. tonight should be no exception. nearly 1 million people excepexpected. this is earlier video from miss china. jean quan, this celebrates the year of the credit/herhare, with in new new
year, paying respect to ancestors, god, good luck. hundreds of volunteers, thousands of people. the parade begins at 5:15 downtown san francisco market street second street. this will run and last 2.5 hours. we are pleased to advise him to bring an an umbrella. >> the vietnamese community has their spring parade to let us hope that they cannot stay dry also. >> kron 4 news this weekend. governor jerry brown was to get rid of all of it! the wasteful spending. i will tell you how much it is
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live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. (music) >> good morning, and welcome back to kron 4 news this weekend. a live look at the sierra highway 89. there is nobody at the road. caltran is to integrate job keeping the roads clear. twitter storm effect until 12:00 p.m. with snow level down to 1,500 ft.. caltran is doing a great job to keep the roads clear. the heavy snowfall expected earlier today and then tapering off. tire chain laws in effect. >> winter storm effect
until 12:00 p.m.. jacqueline? >>jacqueline: not only rain is the big story but the snow has added to it as well. not only through the sierras but also locally. first, snowfall in the last 24 hours. this is true heavenly ski resort, blowing snow yesterday and the day before. and the totals in the last 24 hours. nearly four-feet in alpine meadows ski little bit less than that and other places and bear valley, feet 3 ft. in heavily. and squaw valley of fresh powder. now would be a better time to go up to the mountains last night was not! snow was crazy- last night. there is a slight chance of flurries sunday into monday. but it looks like we're going to skirt that. and the rain. isolated showers mainly to
the if if santa cruz mountains with heavier activity there. as we push through, heavier weather cells towards the south bay. for the most part will stay dry which is good news. if you're going out to san francisco at 5:00 p.m.? high and dry! bay-area wide and would keep your umbrellas handy. just in case we could see pop up showers. and on futurecast it looks like we will stay mainly dry today. temperatures this morning, very, very cold below in the 30's. 36 degrees in napa, and 40 degrees in oakland, antioch. we are not going to warm up that much only in the upper 40's, low 50s. but at least it will be dry for most of the day. 50 and san francisco, santa rosa, 48 in concord. and also cooler in hayward. 49
degrees in half moon bay. let us take a look your seven day forecast from the bay is the chance for a isolated showers. keep your umbrellas handy but it is not want to be see much of rainfall. just chilly temperatures. tomorrow, more sunshine here, there, some clouds. chilly temperatures again. as we start next week some nosediving storms! it action could take a turn from the coast and go into the bay area. or rainfall 30 percent chance next week and will keep you posted as they get closer. >> thank you, jacqueline. a marathon and sensession with the republican controlled house. the federal government's deficit. this would impact when 50 programs. and reduction of spending by 15 percent, and
what impact 150 programs. the freshman republican class that promised reduction of the budget. however, senastill, the democratically controlled house could still not pass this. and also, the risk of a veto by president obama. >> democratic lawmakers and wisconsin are missing in action. and a union-busting bill. and they remain to remain out of the state. even that state troopers to try to track them down. >> january, 2011. third reading? >> this was one of the scenes, yesterday. thousands of government/union protesters at the capitol in washington. this would
impact students, prison guards and would take away parking rights, from unions. enforce public workers to pay more for their pension. if this is necessary for a $3.6 billion budget deficit. hundreds of protesters with tea party activists assess their take on the measurements. past the mother cr modifie versio with. brown his russian lawmakers are made ready to make tough cuts. all to bridge the $26.5 billion budget. and there are expected to approve this. >> also, negovernor jerry brown is talking about free giveaways. from 20 07-2010,
a total of $7.5 billion on freebies. here are some of the items that they're talking about. with promotional and marketing items. this is all part of the government's effort to save money and save 36 $3 billion and operation costs. fiscal year $36 3 billion--! >> madison what a great movie. >> and the year of the oscar. the king's speech, and also true grit. and best actress? we have a lot of opinions including inside job a very relevant to what is happening in the news. that is all coming up will look at the oscars this year. >
need to be able to rally without the fear of being attacked. 250 people injured. on thursday. five fatalities. they are demanding change have to this minority has been ruled from this royal family. the u.s. has a naval base there and watching it, a closely. >> algeria, protest with a pro-democracy rally. this is from you tube. thousands blocked protesters one week ago in a similar demonstration. 500 unemployed young citizens rioted near an oil field criticizing high food prices, and lack of jobs. >> and the walnut creek. plenty of snowfall on the mountaintops. we will be back.
network, talk about the movie getting the right guy. with facebook is writing a new script for our world. the social network is a weld told story. with deception, greed, and much like the internet, itself. if this makes a fine film, better. and facebook, the heart, the so, of the king's speech. >> true grit! this is a big story. the on expected nominations. -unexpected. fifth the crew some rise of this special, hats off to the cohen brothers. they do it every time. >> the fighter! this is the season of acting. and the fighter is a great example was christian bill is more likely going to win.
however, what i would like to see is the " the kids are all right " and annette bening, true, got to come and natalie portman and the black swan is also a front runner. and it would be amazing if she takes home the gold. and pixar the illusionist is gorgeous how to train and picks are-pixa r speaking of visuals, inception. i thought this had a model script, it was too long. like so many it is a visual impact with cinematography it is not actually a acid flashbacks [laughter] and with creativity, it deserves to win for cinematography and special effects. and also mainstream hollywood ma to ma too many movies 12 year-old boys. this is a great documentary " inside
job " it it should win. competition is difficult but i hope it went. and why was robert not nominated for the music man? with gigi and often musicals do well at the oscars but this is stiff competition, jack lemmon. gregory peck, to kill a mockingbird, and burt lancaster, peter o'toole, andmarcello mastriaon, and get out there, and watched the oscars next sunday i think it is going to be interesting. >> i think it will be interesting with the king's speech i love that one. the heart of is it. >> and is an exchange of people's lives. with childhood trauma and a great subject to be addressed. >> this is planning now. and
a combination of singing, and beautiful music. we wanted to share with you some of the sounds. (choir singing) >> the san francisco boards chorus. the boys' scores. >> the san francisco symphony. we performed with them and achieved an award. >> the voice chorus. let me introduce you the vocal coach. the inspiration for
all of this. what is it about the boys' chorus? it provides a unique sound? >> yes, not only does it have a unique sound but also the camaraderie. with the choir. i do not think that i have a seen this many boys together. and what seemed that some what order,. >> is that part of the challenge? >> yes. >> and in order to get out of the boys and use the music the best to have to harness that boys energy. and it is abundant. >> this group there are hundreds of boys in the boys' choir. >> 256 >> why is this different? >> this is the highest group in the boys' chorus. >> you work your way up to this? >> preparatory. >> how long have you been singing with the boys'
scores? >> 5.5 years. >> and you must of started as an infant! >> how long for you? >> seven years for me. >> and what about your basketball career clock >> and this is the best of the best. who is the best? anybody? is there somebody some a mega star? >> tyler. >> pilot- >> kyle miller are you going to be a professional singer? >> i hope so. >> how much longer? >> this is my last year. >> that is the problem with the boys' chorus. you find them, and then they grow up. [laughter] >> they grow up and then we have a tour around the world and they become chaperons. they're wonderful contributors. >> and i should say that the
live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. (music) >> hello everybody and welcome to our third live hour of kron 4 news the republicans stuck to their guns. a budget to the bones. >> we're talking a storm of a different store with read/snowfall mixture dusting mountaintops. different story-- >> and the theater has a new show. and we will look at the geography of the hope film festival. >> let us check-in with henry. >> of poland! we're going to michael lento. -polenta. we're going to do it again.
those warm, hearty dishes for a cold winter's day. >> and he has having a good time. >> this is a live look outside. the left is mount diablo. from our camera from walnut creek. and the right is walnut creek. >> jacqueline? >>jacqueline: not only rain is the big story but the snow has added to it as well. not only through the sierras but also locally. first, snowfall in the last 24 hours. this is true heavenly ski resort, blowing santa rosa has nearly 4 in., concord, 2.1 quarter, the same in san francisco. >>jacqueline: not only rain is the big story but the snow has added to it as well. not only through the
>>jacqueline: with rainfall for most of the night and some break now. the santa cruz mountains are seeing most of their rainfall with a 6.5 in. we have been below average for rainfall totals in the last month. now, santa rosa is looking at 4 in., oakland, 3 in., concord, 2.25 and the same in san francisco. 2 in. in san jose. today, cold this morning and temperatures dropping overnight. 30's. no rainfall but still quite cold. it will stay cool. the chance of isolated showers this afternoon. the chance of rainfall will be heavy but will be brief and isolated - hit or miss. and do not put your umbrella away just yet with dry conditions for your weekend but the rainfall returns next week. we will talk all about it . >> this is from the mount diablo sufrom yes to noon. and-from >> juniper gate. and it would be difficult but mount diablo is not the bay relocation with snowfall. reggie kumar takes us to the top of a similar winter scene. >> in marin county, the
snowfall started falling. at this state court late friday afternoon. the elevation is 1,900 ft.. you can see how this nsnow flurries have blanketed these roads. and covering the hillsides. people were driving up as far to take it. slow. park officials say that the road leading to the top of the mountain has been closed. in marin county, reggie kumar, kron 4 news. >> and with snowfall? in the bay iraq, the sierras alive look. interstate-80. bay- area >> tire chain laws in effect for the sierras. we understand that there is 58 in. of snowfall cents yesterday. a lot of a fresh snowfall. since yesterday, christine connolly, wrote conditions. if you are going up to the high country?
through this area, it is a blanket. if you're going to go to lake tahoe? is going to take a long time. let us take a look it enters dis80 interstate-80 west after however, east is much different with tire chain laws in effect. you are going to have to " every slow. and please make sure that you have a full tank of gas. in blue canyon, christine connolly, kron 4 news. >> these scraps of metal are to blame for the massive police support. both directions, the west oakland. massive delays and bart. they are not sure where this metal came from. and they tried to have alternate routes with city buses but it was just too many passengers. and the communication was poor.
>> they cannot just keep me standing there the communication needs to be more frequent. >> electricians have to cut the power to remove the metal from the tracks. this delay was experienced until 8:3:00 p.m. last night >> more radio communication for oakland police officers during the shooting investigation. this happened at 3:3:00 a.m. at the lexington hotel on the enterprise locked in oakland. police are responding to several shots one person was taken to hospital. the real happened when this was-this real problem is ongoing-this real problem. this real problem radio problem is ongoing for the oakland police
>> great news for skiers it is not just about it in the slopes. for homeowners, a could be very difficult the el dorado county. keeping shovels close. they're getting slammed what did the 8 in.. in the past 24 hours. highway crews arhave been dealing with downed trees and local businesses of there are also without power. >> the republican controlled congress is using spending cuts to push their desire to shrink the u.s. government. and tom prince-, price, the u.s. gop address accused democrats of sheptry shut down government. >> the new majority will
lead even as the democrats were on washington rapped ignore the responsibilities. with read kamal obama, changing their minds, will be uut ready to work for them. in the meantime, republicans are focused on working with the people, confronting the challenges and helping over economy to creating jobs. >> overnight, a $60 billion cut south to the current budget. it would/150 programs. it would not likely pass the senate. it is being threatened by president obama to the del. >> henry? the comfort food. -that folk- >> henry, that looks like cream of wheat. polenta. >> this is classy polenta. a master of is going to show us. with this warm weather dish. coming up on kron 4 news this weekend. for
>> we are back on kron 4 news this weekend. it is quite the scene. the left is the san francisco with the overcast conditions. certainly, the overcast conditions in the snowfall from mt. tam. >> jacqueline is going to speak about which expect more rain fall? >> >>jacqueline: not only rain is the big story but the snow has added to it as well. not only through the sierras but also locally. first, snowfall in the last 24 hours. this is true heavenly ski resort, blowing snow yesterday and the day before. and the totals in the last 24 hours. nearly four-feet in alpine meadows ski little bit less than that and other places and bear valley, feet 3 ft. in heavily. and squaw valley of fresh powder. now would be a better time to go up to the mountains last night was not! snow was crazy-
last night. there is a slight with road closures, yesterday and snowfall reported that 2,000 ft.. however, today chance of flurries sunday into monday. but it looks like we're going to skirt that. and the rain. isolated showers mainly to the if ito the south. santa cruz mountains with heavier activity there. as we push through, heavier weather cells towards the south bay. for the most part will stay dry which is good news. if you're going out to san francisco at 5:00 p.m.? high and dry! bay-area wide and would keep your umbrellas handy. just in case we could see pop up showers. and on futurecast it looks like we will stay mainly dry today. temperatures this morning, very, very cold below in
the 30's. 36 degrees in napa, and 40 degrees in oakland, 37 degrees in half moon bay. 40 degrees in antioch. we are not going to warm up that much only in the upper 40's, low 50s. but at least it will be dry for most of the day. 50 and san francisco, santa rosa, 48 in concord. and also cooler in hayward. 49 degrees in half moon bay. let us take a look your seven day forecast from the bay is the chance for a from kron 4 isolated showers. keep your umbrellas handy but it is not want to be see much of rainfall. just chilly temperatures. tomorrow, more sunshine here, there, some clouds. chilly temperatures again. as we start next week some nosediving storms! it action could take a turn from the coast and go into the bay area. or rainfall next week and will keep you posted as they get closer.
>> the secret of the polenta is g'cheese and truffle, and shot to grow mushrooms and-- heirloom mushrooms. >> and what i mentioned that 99 percent is because this is so good if you're the one person? this is your chance by watching again. and polenta is what? >> pala de this water, chicken stock-polenta, it is cornmeal. italian grits, also known as italy's other pasta. dexter, and the
flavor changes when you get a couple of hours into it the texture-- >> what is the difference between this cornmeal and the chicken stock? are there different levels of corn meal? >> that does not matter as much as the quality of ingredients with cheese, andchantrell mushrooms with herbs crested chicken crested-- >> and with a gourmet parmesan regianno quite a bit! and you cannot have too much cheese. add some cheese. and makes any impurities, disappear. >> and the love your italian
accent! [laughter] (sarcasim) this gets heated up. now what? >> this is going to be plated and tasted. it goes great with a red wine. depending on what you put in with your sauce. >> the truffles? >> that is at the very end. >> you want the aroma from the truffle more than the taste. >> it is interesting of the cameraman is going to start drinking! he is looking at that glass of wine. >> and what is on the plate. >> like so. >> and this polenta is the beast. >> yes. -a base--yes, and a foundation to create other flavors. why is it such a great base?
>> it is a childhood comfort memory. perhaps your mother, your grandmother made this? >> we equate this with comfort. >> and we are going to sheathes to a few of netflix truffles on there. shave those black truffles. a flush with that be? fast obverse >> this is going to be hot, be careful. bella and is this exactly what i wanted?
>> we are back at kron 4 news this weekend. the stormtracker 4 is showing rainfall along the coast. on/off rainfall to of the day. >> in east bay, dan kerman explains there are no cutbacks officers and a former police officer. >> the cour courthouse, in martinez, top and a former cop distributing methamphetamines, marijuana,
steroids and neither caught entered a plea. norman walsh has admitted his part in a crime. bail is at $400,000, butler is at $900,000. both are expected to back in court on the second of march. in martinez, kron 4 news. >> straight ahead, we're going to check on the latest of the rainfall. and also, the snow conditions in lake tahoe. >> with a live look at the bay bridge. and even when it and foggy saw the cameras. we will be back.
selling. the lower right of your screen. >> it is selling-- >> and jacqueline? >>jacqueline: not only rain is the big story but the snow has added to it as well. not only through the sierras but also locally. first, snowfall in the last 24 hours. this is true heavenly ski resort, blowing snow yesterday and the day before. and the totals in the last 24 hours. nearly four-feet in alpine meadows ski little bit less than that and other places and bear valley, feet 3 ft. in heavily. and squaw valley of fresh powder. now would be a 24 in., 2 ft. in squaw valley better time to go up to the mountains last night was not! snow was crazy- last night. there is a slight chance of flurries sunday into monday. but it looks like we're going to skirt that. and the rain.
isolated showers mainly to the if if santa cruz mountains with heavier activity there. as we push through, heavier weather cells towards the south bay. for the most part will stay dry which is good news. if you're going out to san francisco at 5:00 p.m.? high and dry! bay-area wide and would keep your umbrellas handy. just in case we could see pop up showers. and on futurecast it looks like we will stay mainly dry today. temperatures this morning, very, very cold below in the 30's. 36 degrees in napa, and 40 degrees in oakland, antioch. we are not going to warm up that much only in the upper 40's, low 50s. but at least it will be dry for most of the day. 50 and san francisco, santa
rosa, 48 in concord. and also cooler in hayward. 49 degrees in half moon bay. let us take a look your seven day forecast from the bay is the chance for a isolated showers. keep your umbrellas handy but it is not want to be see much of rainfall. just chilly temperatures. tomorrow, more sunshine here, there, some clouds. chilly temperatures again. as we start next week some nosediving storms! it action could take a turn from the coast and go into the bay area. or rainfall next week and will keep you posted as they get closer. >> our let us take you up to the sierras. the sunshine is trying to break through the clouds with a winter storm warning in effect until then bunoon also, 6 in. possible at
the higher elevations and kirkwood. with 58 in.. since yesterday. the conditions are fantastic for skiing. they're expecting the storm to taper off but tire chain laws still in effect. they are working overtime to keep these roads clear so many people going up for the holiday weekend. >> the mount diablo summit. it looked more like an ice palace with the snow and ice covering. and sledding was the reward for some that were able to brief to the juniper gate. winter snowfall and the bay area. 3,000 ft. by late afternoon. >> the was also a lot of rain and the santa cruz a brighton beach state park camp ground was closed. rob?
>> and another day of moderate to heavy rain over santa cruz county. it is taking its toll on these trees. a 60 ft. monterey pine tree. that came down to the entrance of the president beach state park. and with the high wind, the britain-beach state park. the loose soil, if with the recent rainfall. this combination cost the tree to come down on motor homes nobody was hurt. parts of other areas of the park were dashed-parts were evacuated. so safety of the campers. from the brighton state beach, kron 4 news. >> thank rob. , and with the weather let me share with
these photos at mount hamilton. the james lick observatory. this was yesterday with plenty of snow. this viewer with showing the drive from napa to lake county. you can see that there were sliding cars as they were going on the highway. there were stuck for over one hour. and a lot of traffic backups on highway 50 going to the sierras. at the same store for how we eat towards kirkwood. you can see the same story for highway 88-- and with the sierras you can check these out on our slide show photos www.kron4.com. jan wahl >> the real world is such a challenge so escapism with something of become a fun, poignant. the lorraine theater will keep you singing in the rain. that is
it's not too well done? nope. but it is a job well done. what are you reading, sweetie? her diary. when you're done, i'd love some feedback. sure. your mom and i read that thing cover-to-cover. loved it. thanks. would you mind if i cut the lawn this weekend? only if you let me talk to your mother on the phone for hours on end. done. [ male announcer ] u-verse brings peace to the family. at&t u-verse lets you record four shows at once from any room and play them back on any tv. get u-verse tv for only $29 a month for 6 months. in the network, everyone can get along.
among the lorraine hansberry theater is celebrating 30 years in the bay area. it is fantastic. they have a shot to celebrate it is up beach, funny it is called tabulation. to help celebrate - fabulation, actress, producer, director, and academic you teach at the college and also cinematography and you show cause of lung,. >> yes the loved it. >> casa blanca-- >> tells about the lorraine hansberry. >> lorraine hansberry was a prolific african-american female rider in the 1950's. she has changed the face of broadway with eight-a reuter-with a rays and in the sun. it was a 'raisin in
the sun' is a classic that has traveled through the centuries and most recently done on broadway. powerful. >> fabulation >> it is a great story. this woman who has it all. she is a fierce public relations firm inches on top of the world and everything gets taken away. but i do not want you to give it away. >> you walk away feeling uplifted. >> yes she us to find her roots. it is about self awareness, self identity but it is funny. and it is fun and exhilarating. it is for fashionable. clothing. characters. an amazing cast. they play a variety of characters. >> support mason, easy
parking! >> and it is like to the cents per hour. and fort mason-that is going to be great. >> it is going to be fabulous. >> in your own history that you co-roast the people's temple. >> yes. -co pretend-- >> yes. i was at co-written- yes, and i am just enjoying my life in the bay area as an artist. very excited about it lorraine hansberry theater. transitioning into the next phase. steve anthony jones is coming on as the new artistic director. we are moving forward. lorraine hansberry theater. very excited and honored to be part of this season. and what to season. fabulation with ellen sebastian chang the cast of characters that will make a left, cry. and just have a
good time. >> there is nothing like great, live theater is to take you out of yourself. fabulation it is that the fort mason. and there website is www.lhtff.org >> yes with up-to-the-minute update. on becoming fa bulated. [laughter] >> and it is been great, the beginning of a great friend ship. here is something else. the geography of hope. it is the tory 25-27, to add pork rapistportrayisfilmfest.cod
that is really terrific. once again, thank you. delivering hansberry theater, hats off. >> thank you. >> still had on kron 4 news this weekend more unrest in the middle east. >> back home, the san mateo bridge. we will be right back. >> coming up, the exclusive henry's garden onion big, beautiful. we are going to show you on henry's garden.
base and has been watching the uprising very closely. >> algeria, with demonstrators tried to have a protest democracy rally. this is from earlier. thousands of people blocked protesters one week ago in a similar demonstration. 500 jobless youth with rising food prices and three fatalities. the more anti- government are planned and i riran i rathe protesters blamed the u.s. for meddling in their internal country's affairs. with opposition leaders were organizing the at the dutch government protesting. two fatalities, hundreds injured. organizers
said the protesters tomorrow will be a religious dictatorship. >> back to the bay area calm the turmoil in the middle east is one of the causes for the rising gas prices. and daniel is explaining that $4 per gallon. >> in the bay area, the gas prices are back above the rise. the consecutive week, there is an in california. how we've not seen thi tempera since october, 2008. and with the middle east, disrupted by the protests has driven up prices. it also the bay evora average is $3.59 bay- area average. and it is 105 higher than one week ago. daniel >> the chinese new year parade tonight. >> before that, henry's garden. >> i love gardening in the
bay area. you can plant flowers, vegetables all year long. >> henry, why would you start without me? >> i waited for you. these plans would have been up to here. >> no. >> okay., mr. smart guy what have i done wrong? >> let me show you what i did. >> ladies and gentleman i will show you that have cauliflower, broccoli, and this is a cabbage. and in the front this is lettuce to enhance a delicious salad. >> the problem is not with the selection of the plant material. let be start on the positive. and you planted this lettuce
correctly because that is not going to over develop. you'll be continually cutting mess. so it will be contained into this space. to be continually cutting this. saying that i did this correct? >> yes. >> know what? >> the other is the you have them too close together. if you read the instruction? 18-24 in. apart. >> 18 in.. and i agree that these are somewhat closer. >> somewhat? >> more like 6 in.. >> and why would you think they put 12 does 24 in. and you used 6 in.? the europeans have been planting intensively for centuries because to do not have large yards. >> and do you notice how
large a they get? and these particular crops have gotten. and they're not going to get that large with 6 in. a part. >> they still have a lot of room but i do not. >> the lesson is that when you are setting up a vegetable garden. get the right number of plans for the space. >> okay, body? >> no!-bo with onion plants and henry! >> what! deval red onion >> a read on and on a party burger >> a red-onion on a barbequed burger this summer >> we are going to plant these into roomws
>> howdy? with 1 ft. apart. and how far?-- >> and once again, but ththese are coming from the base so 1-feet, that is a large. just for one onion. >> and how big? >> those are 6 in.-8 in. apart. because if one is going to happen is they will, right to hear and be perfectly shaped. >> i am sorry. >> this is a perfect area for onions, with well lit and well drained soil. when will these be ready? >> late spring. >> i think i have enough to
go on right now. the only other thing we need to do is these snails. >> with this merger, but snail bait out. this is a herbicide, you can use this around pets. it is called slug out >> and what you can put this on in a uniform fashion. for snails. >> the and just it, crawl away and hide. and they basically die. >> and that is it. we bid you a fond farewell from henry's garden.
hours. tire chain laws in effect. snowfall o the mount pamtam >> if that is not enough to mount diablo. they have gotten a lot of snowfall over the last couple of days. a beautiful view. >> the big event tonight with 1 million people expected for the chinese new year parade. let me show you the video of the chinatown pageant. this year was june qwan this is the year of the hare to pay respect to ancestors, cots. >> 5:15, second street,-to god's- >> there is a chance of
because that's the show it's called bay area bargains. watch. what did i just say? i didn't understand a word i just said. the henry special deal tank we have to generate with this and not sure what it is on your head. i think he's supposed to be the president of something. >>henry: felicia, don't ever use photoshop again. i'm taking you away from your photoshop. that's what you have. we do have henry special deals but the hair doesn't come with that.